Scott & Wilkinson Blog | Archive 2015 06

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More UK start-ups survive first year of business than European counterparts

Date: 15/06/15

A recent study shows more of Britain' start-ups are surviving their first year of business than their European peers.  The research conducted by Rosseau Associates highlights that of the 234, 000 UK businesses launched in 2011, 93 per cent of... Read More

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People are reminded to renew their tax credits on time

Date: 08/06/15

Hundreds of people could miss out on tax credits if they fail to renew their claim by the deadline next month. The deadline for renewing tax credits is 31 July 2015 and claimants are advised to get their information in before this date to avoid... Read More

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What does the Queen's speech mean for SME's?

Date: 05/06/15

Speaking at The State opening of Parliament on 27 May, the Queen announced a number of initiatives to stabilise the UK economy, including lower regulations for SMEs alongside a freeze on tax rises for the next five years. She said: Legislation will... Read More

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